Global Human Capital Trends 2014-2. Workforce management.

Okay, Everybody – Recession’s Over, Back to Work!

I just read a fascinating report about Global Human Capital Trends in 2014.   Authored jointly by Deloitte Consulting LLP and Bersin by Deloitte, it’s based on a pretty large survey conducted in late 2013 about the attitudes and perceptions of more than 2,500 business and HR leaders in 94 countries.   Of the 12 …

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The Industry's HR Trends for 2014

HR Trends In 2014

The world of HR is in constant evolution.   Some trends such as the ongoing move towards cloud HR solutions and the continuous increase of HR outsourcing are currently 2 of the most important changes. In addition, HR needs to become a strategic business partner, focus on increasing HR efficiency, and keep on reducing transactional …

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The 9 Proven Steps you Should Know About HRMS Selection

HRMS Selection

You want a new Human Resources management system (or HRMS). Maybe you’re looking to upgrade from a previous system that you’ve grown out of, or perhaps this is your first foray into HRMS territory. Either way, the selection process can be a daunting one.   After all, an HRMS is much more than a simple …

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HR FORECAST 2014: Experts Analyze the Key Trends, Challenges and Opportunities for the Year Ahead

HR Forecast 2014

To help set your sights firmly on the future, PeopleFluent asked a group of well-known and respected industry experts to scan the HR horizon and offer their forecasts regarding the challenges and opportunities that await us in 2014.   It’s worth noting these experts include professional analysts, practitioners, providers and end users, thus representing a variety …

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Remote team management has never been easier.

How to manage your staff from Ipanema Beach

Did you see that James Bond movie, Tomorrow Never Dies, several years ago? It came out in 1997 and the villain, a megalomaniacal global media baron, was played by Jonathan Pryce.       His Manhattan office was a 1997 fantasy of what remote team management was all about – a high-tech media wall used …

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HR Expectations For 2014

2014 promises to be another significant year for the international business community and for HR practitioners worldwide.   With widely varying levels of economic growth across all markets, increasingly mobile workforces around the globe and the usual raft of new national and international employment legislation, there will be a lot to deal with.   With …

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Sickness Absence in the Labour Market

Sickness Absence in the Labour Market

Report describing sickness absence rates of employees in the labour market. Part of Sickness Absence in the Labour Market, 2014 Release.   The key points of sickness absence are:   131 million days were lost due to sickness absences in the UK in 2013, down from 178 million days in 1993.   Minor illnesses were the …

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